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Racing Against The Night

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=940
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 67:47, 49:14, 45:18
Catalog: Rush-Signals Production: #RSP-020928-1
Source: Audience (MD Master)
Date: September 28, 2002
Location: Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre, Irvine, California, USA



DISC 1
Tom Sawyer   5:25
Distant Early Warning   4:55
New World Man   4:11
Roll The Bones   6:37
Earthshine   5:42
YYZ   4:48
The Pass   5:13
Bravado   6:17
The Big Money   6:19
The Trees   5:13
Freewill   5:34
Natural Science   8:22

DISC 2
One Little Victory   5:48
Driven   5:09
Ghost Rider   6:01
Secret Touch   7:02
Dreamline   5:18
Red Sector A   5:16
Leave That Thing Alone   4:52
The Rhythm Method   8:02

DISC 3
Resist - Acoustic version   5:05
2112: Overture/Temples of Syrinx   6:52
Limelight   4:30
La Villa Strangiato   9:08
The Spirit of Radio   6:51
Bytor and the Snow Dog   4:51
Cygnus X-1   3:12
Working Man   5:09



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Average Rating:Audio: 8

Dave@Rush-Signals Productions
   (Audio - 9.5)

Production Notes: Wow! Another awesome recording. Once again all instruments are clear with good highs and lows. A great show to end the first leg of the US Tour. Available for trade, SHN, 2:1 or whatever!    (2002-12-19)

Aramis K. Vidaurre Á.
   (Audio - 5)

Guys, guys, guys. I don’t know if I picked a different boot, but the sound of RATN makes it tough to appreciate in full extent. There is a constant reverberation covering the ambiance, which makes the recording sound distorted. At least, that is the impression you obtain; I even tried different programs to get a balance and to come up with a better comment. Sometimes Geddy is overlapped by the whole music around him. Despite those details, the performance is solid. Geddy introduces “The Trees”, which perhaps it was not usual. In “Red Sector A”, after Alex’s solo you might notice that Geddy fails in hitting the key note. From this gig you might want to pick another venue.    (2009-04-07)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 9.5)

A friend of mine passed me a flac version obtained from deeppurplehub and I got amazed. This one is much better than the one I got from another site (if that one was the same boot). I will have to take back my previous comment from this very recording. The sound is clean and the band is upfront. It is as if the taping was done right in front of the guys or even onstage. The instruments are balanced and you can perceive almost every effect that Alex hits during his rants. Even in “Bravado”, you can clearly get the false start when hitting the first note. There is some minor chattering, you can perceive it during the “rap section” in “Roll the Bones”. Even a “f*** you” can be heard when Geddy is introducing “The Pass”.    (2009-05-21)

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